I was born in Santa Monica and spent most of my early life on Bainbridge Island, Washington. When I was 10, my parents, my little brother Rowen and I (plus our 3 dogs, 3 cats and several birds) moved to Vancouver, British Columbia. I went to Rockridge Secondary in West Van and became a Canadian citizen when I was 16 before moving to New York to attend Vassar College. While in high school, I spent four summers at Interlochen Arts Camp as a violin major. I graduated from Vassar with a degree in Political Science and French, but I spent a troubling amount of time in college doing plays, sketch comedy and singing a cappella. I won the wildly prestigious "Mr. Vassar" mock male beauty pageant my freshman year. I studied abroad at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) in 2013 and I speak French rather fluently. After graduating from Vassar in 2014, I first worked in various crew capacities on film sets and as an assistant to Emmy-winning casting director Jackie Lind. During this time I wrote and directed a short film called "Oasis" starring Tiera Skovbye and myself that has been made an Official Selection at a number of renowned festivals in 2016 (see link in left sidebar) and booked a number of roles in film and television, including most recently and notably a supporting lead role in HBO's yet-unreleased Lewis and Clark, a recurring role throughout season 3 of the CW's "iZombie", and guest starring in the CW's Supernatural. I'm currently writing and working as an actor, producer, director and musician between Vancouver, LA and sometimes New York.